The Big T cattle outfit traps Wyatt Earp in an isolated cabin and plans to starve him into submission. Tipped off by a cowhand, Marshal Earp's friends mount a rescue operation.
Wyatt's younger brother Morgan arrives in town and wants a job as a deputy. When Wyatt refuses, Morgan falls in with Doc Holliday, dealing Faro at the local saloon.
Myra Malone is a dressmaker by day and runs with a gang of outlaws in her private life.
Doc Holliday buys a gold brick from a bank robber and sells it to one of the men in town who have snubbed him. When Wyatt finds out, he tries to get Doc to tell him who the buyer is, but Holliday has his own game to play.
A renegade Cherokee, Dull Knife, leads a war party off the reservation and launches retaliatory attacks against the whites.
Wyatt finds himself between a rock and a hard place when the Hollidays move to Dodge City. The town council doesn't want Doc in town, but when Doc is accused of a shooting, Wyatt is the only one who believes he might be innocent. As a matter of honor, Doc refuses to post bail and is offended that Wyatt won't take his word.moreless
Guns McCallum, a friend of the Earp family, arrives in Dodge to work for Kelley as a gunsmith. He's on the short side and figures that a gun is just the thing to make up for his height.
An old buffalo hunter, a friend of Wyatt's, arrives in Dodge and sets out to get revenge on the cavalry soldier that killed his Indian wife.
When Bat is reluctant to hire his brother Ed as a deputy sheriff, Wyatt agrees to take him on despite Bat's warning that his brother would rather talk than fight... for anything.
A young hothead who's fast with a gun and willing to prove it runs up against Wyatt, and tries to convince the marshal to take him on as a fellow lawman.
Two bounty hunters come to Dodge City and pick out reformed criminals to bring in for the rewards. Wyatt has no choice but to pay them their rewards until they go too far.
Bat runs for sheriff of Ford County and Wyatt lends a hand.
Wyatt has to intervene when rival railroads hire gunmen to dispose of their opponents so they can take control of a pass and build a railroad through.
Buffalo Bill Cody and Ned Buntline decide to give a visiting German prince a taste of the Wild West by staging a fake holdout, but outlaws take advantage of the situation to commit a real crime.
Fred Colby returns to Dodge City to find out who killed his brother Larry and take revenge.
Wyatt and Bat help out the Wells Fargo Company and go out after Curly Bill Brocius and his gang of stagecoach robbers, operating near Little Alamo.
An old buffalo hunter is hired to take out Wyatt for good.
Wyatt has to put up with Ben Thompson, a friend with a notorious reputation. When Ben gets involved in a shootout, Wyatt reluctantly tries to save Ben's life.
A drunken cavalry soldier guns down an Indian, but his commanding officer does everything he can to interfere with Wyatt's attempts to bring the man to trial.
Crooked reservation agents cheat the Indians, and Wyatt and Bat try to bring the felons to justice.
Mrs. McGill vows to protect her land so she can give it as a dowry to the man who marries her daughter, Effie. But words get around that there's gold on the McGill land and some outlaws come hunting for it.
When two of their own is murdered, the Cheyenne Nation prepare to go on the warpath unless Wyatt can bring the killer to justice.
When a judge turns increasingly ruthless in his sentencing, Wyatt comes up with an idea to get him to reconsider.
Wyatt and Bat poses as bandits to bring in an outlaw gang.
Wyatt takes a three-day trip out of town, leaving Bat in charge. But Bat soon has his hands full when robbers come to town with plans to take it over.
Bat is in trouble with both Wyatt and the family of a wounded man that he shot rather than knocked out.
To prove he's worthy of being hired, Bat Masterson tries to bring some railroad robbers to justice.
Wyatt sets out to bring the killer of saloon girl Dora Hand to justice.
Kelley sells the bar... to a man who bears a grudge against Wyatt and plans to forge Wyatt's signature on the purchase to make it look like the lawman owns a share of a gambling hall.
A cowhand, Thad, runs afoul of bandits who take his bankroll, and Wyatt has to stop him from killing the men.
When Wyatt tries to convince a newspaperman that Dodge City is a peaceful town, he also has to deal with dog fights and rowdy cowboys.
Wyatt tries to help a gunman calm down before he kills someone.
The townspeople take offense when saloon hostess Dora Hand wants to sing with the church choir.
Wyatt tries to get the town council on his side to pass new laws when cattlemen threaten to tear up the town as part of their feud.
Before Wyatt leaves for Dodge City, he has to protect a man in Wichita who some townspeople plan to lynch when he's cleared of a manslaughter charge.